- Fabric Mod Podge
- Regular Mod Podge
- An applicator
- Fabric scraps
- Cards with cut out (I purchased mine from Michael’s but you can also make your own with card stock and a paper punch or craft knife)
- Protection for your work surface (aluminium foil, wax paper, butcher paper, etc.)
Cut the fabric scraps approximately 3/8″ to 1/2″ bigger than the opening. Working on a protected surface, apply Fabric Mod Podge to scraps and allow to dry completely.
Using Regular Mod Podge, adhere the fabric to the card stock. (These cards are tri-fold cards, so I affixed the fabric square to the second flap in order for it to appear in the cut out of the first flap. If your cards are regularly folded cards, you can affix the fabric to the back side of the front flap so that the right side shows through the cut out.)
Now all you have to do is figure out how to put them to good use. One thing you might consider is donating them. Hospitals and hospice centers usually accept donations of cards. Check with your local hospital or hospice for any specific guidelines they may have. Things like glitter and confetti may not be allowed.
There isn’t always time to make blankets or chemo hats for hospitals. This quick project is easy to fit into any schedule and will certainly brighten up someone’s day. I hope you’ll consider making some and donating to your local hospital or hospice center.